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As a (wo)man thinketh – so is (s)he!

This Meetup Group is a Northern Virginia based Book Club created for Black Girls who want more out of life –more peace, more money, more time, more love, more spiritual growth, more support from her Sistas, and more hugs. The group will meet once per month and have a focused discussion about specified readings that deal with finances, spirituality, health wellness, personal growth and business development. Our Mission is to promote forward thinking and prosperity in our lives through sharing and exchanging ideas, passions and thoughts within a safe and non-judgmental environment.

Upcoming events (5)

We're Reading "Black Fortunes" by Shomari Wills

Online event

Black Girls Think & Grow Rich Book Club Basic Ground Rules 1. Members who haven’t read the book – Come anyway. Not everyone can finish every book, but non-readers may still have valuable insights. 2. Disagreements about the book – Be gracious! There is no one way to experience or interpret a book. In fact, differing opinions are good. 3. Maintain Focus – Discussion time will be limited to discussion about the book. There is time to socialize before and after the book club meeting. 4. Confidentiality – What is said at the book club meeting stays at the book club meeting. Members may choose to share personal insights and we want to respect their willingness to be open, candid or vulnerable. 5. Quiet Environment – Cell phones and other electronic devices should be placed on silent or vibrate so not to disturb the discussion. 6. Support our venue – The venue is providing a free meeting place for the book club, so please support them by purchasing food and/or drink. No outside food or drink should be brought into the venue. 7. Keep it moving – Please be concise with your insights and comments so we have time to hear from as many members as possible. 8. Time – Please be on time or early if possible. That gives everyone time to get settled and socialize before the meeting, so we can begin and end on time.

We're Reading Another Great Book

Jirani Coffeehouse

Black Girls Think & Grow Rich Book Club Basic Ground Rules 1. Members who haven’t read the book – Come anyway. Not everyone can finish every book, but non-readers may still have valuable insights. 2. Disagreements about the book – Be gracious! There is no one way to experience or interpret a book. In fact, differing opinions are good. 3. Maintain Focus – Discussion time will be limited to discussion about the book. There is time to socialize before and after the book club meeting. 4. Confidentiality – What is said at the book club meeting stays at the book club meeting. Members may choose to share personal insights and we want to respect their willingness to be open, candid or vulnerable. 5. Quiet Environment – Cell phones and other electronic devices should be placed on silent or vibrate so not to disturb the discussion. 6. Support our venue – The venue is providing a free meeting place for the book club, so please support them by purchasing food and/or drink. No outside food or drink should be brought into the venue. 7. Keep it moving – Please be concise with your insights and comments so we have time to hear from as many members as possible. 8. Time – Please be on time or early if possible. That gives everyone time to get settled and socialize before the meeting, so we can begin and end on time.

We're Reading Another Great Book

Jirani Coffeehouse

Black Girls Think & Grow Rich Book Club Basic Ground Rules 1. Members who haven’t read the book – Come anyway. Not everyone can finish every book, but non-readers may still have valuable insights. 2. Disagreements about the book – Be gracious! There is no one way to experience or interpret a book. In fact, differing opinions are good. 3. Maintain Focus – Discussion time will be limited to discussion about the book. There is time to socialize before and after the book club meeting. 4. Confidentiality – What is said at the book club meeting stays at the book club meeting. Members may choose to share personal insights and we want to respect their willingness to be open, candid or vulnerable. 5. Quiet Environment – Cell phones and other electronic devices should be placed on silent or vibrate so not to disturb the discussion. 6. Support our venue – The venue is providing a free meeting place for the book club, so please support them by purchasing food and/or drink. No outside food or drink should be brought into the venue. 7. Keep it moving – Please be concise with your insights and comments so we have time to hear from as many members as possible. 8. Time – Please be on time or early if possible. That gives everyone time to get settled and socialize before the meeting, so we can begin and end on time.

We're Reading Another Great Book

Jirani Coffeehouse

Black Girls Think & Grow Rich Book Club Basic Ground Rules 1. Members who haven’t read the book – Come anyway. Not everyone can finish every book, but non-readers may still have valuable insights. 2. Disagreements about the book – Be gracious! There is no one way to experience or interpret a book. In fact, differing opinions are good. 3. Maintain Focus – Discussion time will be limited to discussion about the book. There is time to socialize before and after the book club meeting. 4. Confidentiality – What is said at the book club meeting stays at the book club meeting. Members may choose to share personal insights and we want to respect their willingness to be open, candid or vulnerable. 5. Quiet Environment – Cell phones and other electronic devices should be placed on silent or vibrate so not to disturb the discussion. 6. Support our venue – The venue is providing a free meeting place for the book club, so please support them by purchasing food and/or drink. No outside food or drink should be brought into the venue. 7. Keep it moving – Please be concise with your insights and comments so we have time to hear from as many members as possible. 8. Time – Please be on time or early if possible. That gives everyone time to get settled and socialize before the meeting, so we can begin and end on time.

Past events (33)

We're Reading "My Mother's Rules" by Lynn Toler

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